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The U.S. Comex gold futures stabilized on Tuesday at $1,311.40 after falling 1.86% on Monday and dropping 3.12% last week. The CRB Commodities Index also rebounded 0.48% this week while the Dollar Index has dropped 0.20% to 79.944 on Tuesday.
I might have suggested in prior articles that Peter Redmond was a senile old fool (albeit an honourable senile old fool). I take it all back. The man is a frigging genius, the ultimate playmaker in the world of the AIM Cesspit. There was Kennedy Ventures (KENV) wandering in the valley of death (just two days ago) and the maestro waved his wand and at a stroke it is the best performing share on AIM. What can I say? Peter Redmond is the Wizard King of the Cesspit.
Nickel, a crucial ingredient of stainless steel, may have lost two thirds of its value in seven years and the share price of ambitious aspirant nickel producer Horizonte Minerals (HZM) may have dropped some 70% since its AIM flotation in the heady days of 2006, but chief executive officer Jeremy Martin exudes optimism.
Rick Rule is the chairman of the world’s best known resource investment group Sprott. In a recent interview he claimed that now was an “historic opportunity to buy resource stocks. The Q&A below speaks for itself.
Commissioned researcher Edison has published a note on Vislink (VLK) in the wake of its 2013 results claiming that the shares (now 47p) are worth 65p. As it happens the bullishness is shared by Tom Winnifrith & Steve Moore (see HERE). As such whilst this note is commissioned it may be worth a read.
Symphony Environmental Technologies (SYM) has announced a £778,000 pre-tax loss for the 2013 calendar year but believes that 2014 will show a strengthened performance and is confident in outlook. We are marginally up on this share tip but today the shares look very cheap.
The West in general and the UK in particular seem to believe that our Imperial pasts provide an eternal right to global leadership. Call it our collective colonialist conscience. So when Western retailers decided to retrace the journeys of our ancestors, we naturally expected them to always succeed. Perhaps.
If you are risk averse then Amur Minerals (AMC) definitely isn’t the share for you, but it could offer large rewards for anyone taking the gamble. On paper it is hard to see why, at 4.33p, it is trading at a market cap of just over £16 million, given the stage it is at in terms of exploiting its assets, and when compared to its peers.
The March Edition of Financial Orbit by Chris Bailey is now out. As ever Chris does not hold back in his lucid analysis.
Technology solutions provider to the global attractions and leisure industry, accesso Technology Group (ACSO) has announced results from a strong 2013 and that it is “excited by the prospects for 2014”. The company formerly known as Lo-Q may be excited but punters were not - the stock is little changed on the news at 693p.
Hello share people. A few years ago, I was asked by a well-known broker to write a TV script to analyse the prospects of an unusual British company.
The ethos of Shareprophets is that we allow our writers to arrive at whatever conclusion they want. I do not endorse any view (other than my own) but I welcome debate and diverse opinion. It is what makes a market. That is a point lost on some total cretin giving me abuse on twitter today regarding W Resources (WRES).
Fresh from trousering £10,000 on sporting bets this weekend (Spurs and Pakistan) bear raider Evil Knievil has now turned his attention to the Manchester Derby tonight.
Commissioned researcher Equity Development has today published a detailed report on SpaceandPeople (SAL) claiming that the shares, at 147p, are worth 180p. Okay the report is commissioned but it is detailed and seems well reasoned.
AIM listed Symphony Environmental (SYM) this morning released full year 2013 results. The numbers were adequate but the statement was bullish. That has prompted its house broker Cantor Fitzgerald to urge investors to buy the shares (no shock) but a 17p target for a 6.75p stock looks interesting.
In about three weeks, tungsten play W Resources (WRES) is about to go into commercial production at its La Parrilla tungsten and tailings project in the Estramadura region of southern Spain in a development which chairman and number one shareholder Michael Masterman argues should generate annual revenues of £5.4 million and cash flow of between £1.5 and £2.3 million. This could have a major impact on the AIM-quoted company, which lost £410,000 in 2012 but is now seen as heading into the black, provided its projects bear fruit.
WPP (WPP) shares at 1200p - having fallen from a peak share price of 1391p - now provide a useful dividend prospect as they touch a trend support line. Here is why.
Shares in New World Resources have perked up by 10% in the past couple of days to 33p – valuing this enterprise at c£90 million. But the very real downside risk is 100%, something flagged up this morning by the world’s Number One Mining analyst Roger Bade of Whitman Howard. He rates the shares a sell as do I.
On 20th September I pointed out that Sovereign Mines of Africa (SMA) then 3.5p was almost out of cash and was ramping its shares to get a placing away. Six months later after ramp after ramp of spurious press releases we finally have the placing. The only shock was that Sovereign did not commission an utterly crap paid for research from convicted felon Charlie Gibson of Edison to help with the ramp. The placing naturally screws private investors big time ( this is AIM) and is accompanies by prize winning PR horse shit from Sovereign.
In today's bearcast I look at the danger of a stockmarket crash in light of a tweet from the great Donald Trump earlier today. I cover N4 Pharma (N4P), cue smutty schoolboy jokes as its shares flop, and then I take a detailed look at today's news from Minoan (MIN). If I was a shareholder I would be seething but should I be selling?
Having demanded we bring back this contest, once again, Juicin Drumroll failed to win last week but he came second and tried very hard as you can see HERE. So he is clearly desperate to win a semi naked photo of Britain's leading share blogger before lunchtime, Thirsty Paul Scott. So we will give him a fifth and final chance. Can anyone stop Juicin from winning this week? Okay here is the challenge for you all:
In today's bearcast I discuss my coverage of companies where the CEO is a friend. I ask what exactly Purplebricks (PURP) is hiding in Oz and explain why its shares are sliding amid new allegations, I look at Telit (TCM), Tungsten (TUNG), Xeros Group (XSG) and Westminster Group (WSG)
Just when you don’t think that the goings-on at Woodford Patient Capital Trust (WPCT) can get any more surprising, an RNS comes out of nowhere to make everything right in the world, relating to the unloved holding Industrial Heat. It seems that Neil Woodford can bend the laws of physics after all!
Given the lowly market cap of Mayan (MYN) any placing will have to be a heavily discounted bucket shop special. In light of that, investors should take heed of an explicit warning from the City’s No 1 oil analyst Zac “the Knife” Phillips of SP Angel. In an email he writes:
At 175p Versarien (VRS) is valued at £263 million. I cannot argue with two writers on this site (Lucian and Cynical) that the valuation looks absurd based on historic profits and cashburn or even on some of the more optimistic forecasts. But it has now announced it is raising £2.9 million (or more) at 145p via Primary Bid and I am almost tempted to have a flutter. Here's why...
Yesterday Tern (TERN) held an online Q&A session and I had wondered whether boss Al Sisto would dodge tough queeries. To his credit he did not. The Nomad blocked a few including one of the three that Nigel Somerville sent it but he answered the rest. I make no comment on his replies. I am no Tern-ologist although its valuation looks demanding to me. But i respect Mr Sisto for facing up to his critics.
With oil prices remaining buoyant and this trend looking likely to continue going forwards, there are still plenty of opportunities to invest in companies in this sector.
Having recently slid below 35p, shares in Getech (GTC) have now recovered to that level ahead of results “on or around the end of September”…
Big Sofa (BST) proudly announces a deal with Pepsico. The folks who run this company really do know how to piss off their long-suffering investors don’t they? You will remember how we shareholders were guided that the company would be announcing multiple deals worth seven figures per annum with big names. They simply have not arrived.
Minoan Group (MIN) “is pleased to announce” that it has entered into a conditional agreement for the sale of its travel business – emphasising it will “allow the directors to concentrate their efforts on optimising the value of the group's project in Crete and its monetisation for the benefit of shareholders”. However, the shares are currently significantly lower, at around just 4p…
In this podcast I look at the EU's shameful treatment of the wretched Theresa May, it insults her but also the UK. Do we really want to be part of such a club. I look at warrants handed out by Kefi Minerals (KEFI) as it appointed shamed and disgraced SP Angel as its joint broker and I discuss how proven liar Elon Musk will cook the Tesla (TSLA) Q3 books and how that will play out.
As you may have gathered on Tuesday, Malcolm’s long-suffering wife reckons that he has been spending too much time in The Punter’s Return and so has organised a holiday in Denmark, Sweden and Russia where Mr Stacey hopes to discover the magic money tree and an updated theme for his next novel. We left him on his way to “The Bridge”, but our senior reporter has now updated us on his progress since…
Wildwood and dim t restaurants company Tasty (TAST) has announced results for its half year ended 1st July 2018, including “in February 2018 we implemented major operational structural changes and are beginning to see early signs of improvements which we expect to continue in the second half of the year”. The shares have currently responded, er, approaching 15% lower, at 14.5p!…
A (Top) hat tip (sorry!) to Chris Bailey re. mens formalwear retailer Moss Bros (MOSB), with he in March having noted serious corporate shooting yourself in the foot and suggested to look for offers from the company rather than buying the shares. The shares are lower, despite a half-year results announcement which included “early responses to the Autumn/Winter 2018 range across Retail are positive and product availability is good”…
A simple enough-sounding “Snorkel Investment Update” from Tanfield Group (TAN), but then this company, previously described here as ‘perennial dog’s breakfast, lunch and dinner’, has found very little simple over the years – and the shares are down and well below 10p on this latest update…
From the FCA's spreadsheet of short positions required to be disclosed to it, the following shows the shorted AIM shares with positions from 2017 and thus far in 2018 (by net short position %) - and if this position has increased (red), reduced (green) or remained unchanged (black) since last week...
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